The Chainsmokers Release Another Single, Side Effects

A hotel employee is tired of her boss and her job, and decides to dance instead in the new video for “Side Effects” by The Chainsmokers, featuring Emily Warren.

Matthew Dillon Cohen directed Camila Mendes, of Riverdale fame, in this music video where she listens to her boss direct her to stick around through the weekend, ditch her uniform, and start dancing. She moves throughout the packed hotel, each room occupied and light by neon as Warren sings to the tune of energetic pop.

Ever since Memories… Do Not Open, The Chainsmokers have maintained attention from fans with a steady stream of singles. In 2018 alone they’ve put out “Somebody,” “Everybody Hates Me,” “You Owe Me,” “Sick Boy,” and now “Side Effects.”

In addition to new tracks, fans of dance music can find the duo as they continue their US tour well into October.

About The Chainsmokers:

The Chainsmokers are an electronic music duo from the US. Originally it consisted of Alex Pall and Rhett Bixler. When Bixler and Pall split, Adam Alpert introduced Pall to Drew Taggart, both of whom he managed. Together, Pall and Taggart re-formed The Chainsmokers in 2012. Their first major single “Erase,” featured actress Priyanka Chopra.

Alex Pall, from Westchester, New York, is a songwriter, pianist, and DJ. He studied art history at NYU before taking on his music career. when he isn’t on tour with The Chainsmokers, he’s at home in Los Angeles.

Andrew Taggart grew up in Freeport, Maine and went on to study music at Syracuse University. Since he was 15 years-old, Taggart developed an interest in electronic music. SoundCloud is where he started his career, releasing several original tracks before going to intern at Interscope Records. Taggart continues to work on music outside of the duo, writing songs and producing music for other recording artists.

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